Man who entered Salisbury house to commit theft to appear in court

A man who entered a Salisbury address to commit theft will appear in magistrates’ court on Monday (November 22).

Anthony James Mead, 45, of Barnard Street, will appear at Salisbury Magistrates’ Court.

He was found in a Friary Lane property on November 4 for the purpose of committing theft and criminal damage, contrary to section 4 of the Vagrancy Act 1824.

Mead is expected to plead guilty to the vagrancy charge.

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